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Jess Ott and Hayley Almes (Xtreme 16U Red) – District Champions
18U Gold – Abby Wild continues “wild ride” in District Playoffs for Perkiomen Valley (May, 2016) – Click on Link from Abby’s name above to view full article.
14U ’01 – Bridget Sparks Springford (#11 seed) over Coatesville (#4 seed) in District Playoffs (May, 2016) – Click on Link from Bridget’s name above to view full article.
Alexis Ettorre (14U ’01, Upper Merion HS)
Elaina Bono (Xtreme ’01, Downingtown East HS)
Kelsey Impink (Perkiomen Valley High School Class of 2016) flanked by parents Tanya and Alan Impink along with brother Alex (standing), signs a national letter of intent to accept a Division II softball scholarship from Bloomsburg University during a recent ceremony at the high school.
Amber Sergas (Spring Ford High School Class of 2015) pitching at Elizabethtown University .
Amber Sergas made her first career start for Elizabethtown (1-1) and pitched a complete game for the Blue Jays. Sergas had ten strikeouts in the contest, including striking out the side in the third and seventh innings. Sergas had at least one K in six of the seven innings she pitched.
Sergas gets first win, Jays go 1-1
CLERMONT, Fla. — For the second consecutive day, the Elizabethtown College softball team split a pair of games during its spring break trip. The Blue Jays pounded Hanover 8-0 in five innings and fell 2-1 to close out the day against Mount Union.
Game 1: Elizabethtown 8, Hanover 0 (F/5)
Amber Sergas was all Elizabethtown (2-2) would need on the mound and at the plate. The freshman pitched all five innings, surrendering only two hits for the shutout. She struck out five.
After a scoreless first, Sergas got the Blue Jays on the board by driving in two runs. Heather Heckert and Emma Varrato were both on base and scored on Sergas’ single to right field. Sergas scored on a wild pitch to make it 3-0 E-town after the second inning.
Christina Dark singled through the left side to move Nicole Fullerton up to second after Fullerton reached on an error to lead off the bottom of the third. Nicole Heckert, pinch running for Fullerton, scored on Varrato’s RBI single to center. Sergas moved Varrato and Dark into scoring position with a ground out and Kirstin Blass doubled them both home to up the Jays’ lead to 6-0.